In this era of social media and internet, most people are innocently cyber bullied and even body shamed on how they look. This evening, Kenyan secular musician Akothee's younger sister decided to serve back her attacker, after she did the unimaginable to her.Cebbie Nyasego famously known as Cebbie Koks is not new to the public, as she gained her publicity after she was 'exposed' for back biting her elder sister Akothee late last year after her marriage proposal went viral. The two have however put their differences aside and remained best of sisters.This evening, Cebbie Koks has taken to her Facebook page and posted several pictures of one Kenyan woman, who had earlier insulted her in her post. "Nikome. Nikome kabisa. Kati yangu na wewe nani mchafu? You aren't going to be disrespectful and expect grace". Read part of Cebbie's post.In the post, Cebbie is warning the woman above to leave her alone. She further questions the woman in the pictures, who is the dirtier one between both of them.Do you think it is appropriate for a celebrity to clap back when insulted? Share with us your opinion in the comment section below.
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